The All-Sky camera has been in use since May 2021, and is based on a 2.8mm Fujinon fish-eye lens. This lens combined with an ASI183MC camera (uncooled) provides a 180° view on the sky. It is in operation on a permanent basis day and night.
Roughly calculated, the camera is taking about 5000 pictures on a daily basis. Since it’s start of operation (June 1th 2021) till date-of-writing (2 january, 2023), the camera took about 2.905.000 pictures of the sky.
The camera is part of the European Network for meteor detection and got the number EN904.
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